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SPECIALLY DESIGNED TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR STATE/UT STATISTICAL PERSONNEL
                                                                            
Keeping in view minimum bare requirement of States/UTs Statistical Personnel, the following 6 courses have been designed, on the basis of Training Need Assessment Survey. Expected batch size for each of the courses would be about 20 participants. The venue would be finalized in consultation with concerned organization.

Course Code

Name & duration of Training Course

Venue

1.

National Accounts Statistics- one week

NSSTA

2.

Index Number and Price Statistics – one week

NSSTA/Labor Bureau, Shimla

3.

Basic Statistics & Data Analysis (one week)

NSSTA

4.

IT Training (Data Dissemination & Data Archive) - one week

NSSTA/Computer Centre

5.

Social Statistics - one week

NSSTA

6.

Sample Survey Techniques- one week

NSSTA/SDRD/DPD, Kolkata

 

TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR STATE STATISTICAL PERSONNEL 


Course Title

Tentative Period

Institute

Contents

Duration

  1. Social Statistics

 

Dec, 2013

NSSTA

Concepts & definitions of Social Statistics; Human Development Index & Socio – Economic Indicators, Gender Statistics; Statistics  on Women & Child Development;. Population Census in India; Civil and Sample Registration System; Vital Statistics – concepts & definitions of mortality, fertility, life table;  collection and compilation of Health, Morbidity& Mortality and Family Welfare Statistics;  collection and compilation of Education and Literacy Statistics; collection and compilation of Labour and Employment Statistics; collection and compilation of Housing Statistics; collection and compilation of statistics for Local Area Planning. Measurement of Poverty and analysis and Poverty Mapping and Multi-dimension Poverty Index.

1 week

  1. National Accounts Statistics

 

August, 2013

NSSTA

Theoretical concepts of social and national and environmental accounting, the estimates of national income and other related aggregates like gross domestic product, saving, capital formation, private consumption expenditure, etc., for planning purposes and economic development of the country.  Practical sessions on concepts, definitions and sources of data of National Accounts Statistics and their uses; preparation of estimates of national income from primary, secondary and tertiary sectors, Analysis of Government Budgets and Accounts of Public Sector Enterprises; Input-Output analysis, Estimation of Capital Formation, Private final Consumption Expenditure, System of National Accounts, 1993/2008.

1 week

  1. Basic Statistics  & Data Analysis

Sept., 2013

NSSTA

Data Tabulation, Measures of Central Tendency, Dispersion etc., Correlation & Regression, Probability Distribution, Statistical Inferences, Basics of Sample Survey, (including practical using Excel / SPSS)

1 week

  1. Sample Surveys

 

 

Oct. , 2013

SDRD/DPD/NSSTA

Review of sample survey techniques, Survey Planning- Frame, selection of sampling scheme, sample size, , Survey Preparation - Design of questionnaire etc, Post Survey Operations- field scrutiny, Computer scrutiny, estimation procedure, multipliers , Report writing  through  Practical experiences of conducting sample surveys: NSSO,NFHS,RCH,SRS. etc

1 week

  1. Index Number and Price Statistics

 

November 2013

Labour
Bureau,
Shimla/
NSSTA

Price Statistics in India -  Source of data, status & limitation, Price Indices – Concepts, methodology & construction of WPI, CPI, Development Indices of different countries (e.g. SDI, HDI etc.), Compilation of Index of Industrial Production (IIP)

1 week

  1. Data Dissemination and Data Archiving

 

July 2013

Computer Center, Delhi

 Contents will be provided later in consultation with the CC, New Delhi

1 week